Selects the overall width of the modified areas of the selection
as a percentage of the selection dimensions. The maximum width of
the modified area is half of the shorter of the selection width or
height, so that at maximum the modified areas meet at the center
of the selection.
If the Frame check box is checked, this controls the width of the
flat zone component of the frame. Width is a percentage of the
modified area selected by the Width control, so at maximum (100) the
flat zone covers the entire modified area.
If the Frame check box is not checked, this has no effect.
Controls the apparent angle of incidence of light on the image.
based on a full cicle of 360 degress. 0 is directly from left to
right and as the angle increases the direction moves radially
Controls the amount of lightening and darkening of the modified
areas. At minimum (0) no change is made to the image. As the intensity
increases the modified areas are shifted closer to pure white or black.
Controls shading intensity in a linear relationship to the distance
from the edge of the selection.
Makes the selection look like a pushed button. The entire selection
is offset down by a percentage of the selection dimensions and the
outer edges are darkened to look like a shadow around the button on
all sides, as though the button is partially recessed below the surface
of a keyboard. At minimum (0) this has no effect.
Selects the intensity of the color selection that is applied to
the modified areas.
When checked, the original image content is used as the basis for
the modified areas. When not checked, the color selection is the
used as the basis for the modified areas instead, and the original
image content is discarded.
When checked, the modified areas are split into three parts, an
outer raised edge, a central flat zone and an inner sunken edge,
to give the appearance of a three dimensional frame sitting
on top of the image. When not checked, the modified areas are shaded
to make the entire selection appear raised above the image plane
with the outer edges at the lowest elevation and the center at the
When checked, the modified areas are shaded at a constant value to give
them a beveled look. When not checked, the modified areas are shaded with
a gradient to give them a rounded look.
When checked, a black outline one pixel wide is drawn around the
the outermost edge of the image selection.
When checked, a single pixel at each corner is made transparent.
This has no effect if not checked, the image has no transparency
layer or the transparency layer is locked.